A special free community event with the Gyuto Monks is planned for Saturday (October 11) from 11am to 5pm at the Crystal Castle to celebrate the second birthday of the World Peace Stupa.
A Theng Khru Yol Khru ceremony will be held, and on Sunday, the final day of their visit, a Mani Stone placement ceremony will see the stones placed around the Kalachakra World Peace Stupa, forming The Mani Way.
From Wednesday October 8 through Sunday October 12 there will be a daily program of morning and afternoon chants, meditations and entertaining cultural activities for all ages.
Having fled Tibet, the Gyuto Monks are resident refugees in Dharamsala, India, and travel the world to spread awareness of Tibetan culture.
The World Peace Stupa in Byron Shire is one of only seven worldwide and is dedicated to world peace and the Tibetan people.